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graffito

[ gruh-fee-toh ]
/ grəˈfi toʊ /
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noun, plural graf·fi·ti [gruh-fee-tee]. /grəˈfi ti/.
Archaeology. an ancient drawing or writing scratched on a wall or other surface.
a single example of graffiti.
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Origin of graffito

see origin at graffiti

usage note for graffito

See graffiti.
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